Police searched Utra’s bedroom and surroundings. The information provided by Utra’s parents about her husband, Adoor Parakkodu, a native of Karaikal, is crucial. They also informed the crime branch that Sooraj had expertise in snakebite and had physically and mentally harmed his daughter in the name of dowry.
They told the investigating team that the next month of their marriage, they took Rs 50,000 from them for work purposes and that the gold given at the time of marriage was now significantly reduced. Uttara’s parents have told the Investigation Team that their husband’s family had insisted on buying cars and that Sooraj had unmasked the poisonous snake once found inside his house.
In the meantime, the gold in Utra’s bank locker has been recovered and the child welfare committee has taken a one-and-a-half-year-old child. The other family members came running after hearing the cries of their mother. But Suraj refused to run away. This raised suspicion among family members.
Sooraj has lodged a complaint with the SP against Uttra’s brother, claiming that he was jeopardizing his property. The police estimate that this is a ploy to change the course of the investigation. Uthra was found dead in her bedroom at around 6am. Contrary to usual practice, the mother, who had seen the room open, looked inside and saw the otter moving. This information is also being seriously investigated by investigators.